On July 28, 2023 the Directors of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago held their Board meeting in Tobago and paid a courtesy visit to Chief Secretary, The Honourable Farley Augustine.Read More
On May 16, 2023, CARICOM Central Bank Governors met virtually to review the macro-financial challenges posed by COVID-19 pandemic as well as to discuss economic challenges impacting the region. The meeting was hosted by the Bank of Jamaica.Read More
The Bank is currently inviting applications for the 2023/2024 installment of its De La Rue Currency Scholarship, for which two postgraduate scholarships will be awarded.Read More
On March 1, the Central Bank Museum officially opened Panscription a creative arts installation by registered Music Therapist, Jamal Glynn on the Bank’s Ground Floor. Through the exhibition, Glynn hopes to raise awareness of the value of the creative arts and creative art therapies in assisting persons to deal with mental health challenges.
The Exhibition is open to members of the public Monday to Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.Read More
On December 1, 2022 the Central Bank relinquished emergency control over Colonial Life Insurance Company (Trinidad) Ltd. (CLICO). The Central Bank had exercised such control since 2009.
See link to the Gazette Notice No. 1752 regarding the exit for CLICO.
See link to Legal Notice No. 32 2009 whereby the Central Bank assumed emergency control of CLICO.
A press conference was held on December 6, 2022 with Central Bank Governor, Dr. Alvin Hilaire and Executive Chairman of CLICO, Mrs. Claire Gomez-Miller to discuss the exit and its implications.Read More
CARICOM Central Bank Governors discuss regional imperatives to maintain financial stability and support post-pandemic recoveries.Read More
CARICOM Central Bank Governors discuss a collective approach to addressing the macro-financial challenges posed by the Covid-19 pandemicRead More
The Central Bank Museum is pleased to launch the second installation of its Life is a Celebration virtual exhibition.Read More
The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (CBTT), the Trinidad and Tobago Securities and Exchange Commission (TTSEC) and the Financial Intelligence Unit of Trinidad and Tobago (FIUTT) have been collaborating in their capacity as Financial Sector Regulators, to establish a framework to regulate and supervise entities that offer products and services based on financial technology (Fintech).Read More